SMEs and startups operating on a tight budget will have even more options as a new co-working space is set to open in the capital on 1 May.
Silversquare announced that it will open a 2,300-metre square space over five floors at 21 rue Glesener in the Gare district of Luxembourg City.
“The address is a point of convergence ideally connected to a quality transport network and located in the middle of a dynamic neighbour,” Silversquare said in a press release this week.
The firm, which opened its first co-working space in Brussels in 2008, today has three spaces and will open a fourth in the south of Brussels in April. Its workspaces offer a mix of open and private space, made from natural materials and fitted with ergonomically-designed furniture. It also organises events focused on professional and personal development to strengthen the community and offers a range of services to members.